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June 23, 2011, 06:58:14 AM
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So I was running bitcoind through an SSH screen on ubuntu 11.04.

The connection terminates randomly after long periods of inactivity.

Before I disconnected once, I had a running ./bitcoind screen open...

Now when I re-connect I cannot seem to find it, but bitcoind is still running.

How do I go about properly closing bitcoind without corrupting the blockchain or worse?
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June 23, 2011, 07:10:10 AM
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How do I go about properly closing bitcoind without corrupting the blockchain or worse?

If you have RPC enabled, ssh to the box, then write: /full/path/to/bitcoind stop

(try ‘bitcoind help’ for full help.)

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How do I go about properly closing bitcoind without corrupting the blockchain or worse?

If you have RPC enabled, ssh to the box, then write: /full/path/to/bitcoind stop

(try ‘bitcoind help’ for full help.)

Cheers,

Worked a charm, thank you!
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June 23, 2011, 04:13:43 PM
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I know you fixed it, but if it was run using screen, when you reconnect you can also use:

% screen -ls

To list all of your screen sessions.  It will then give you the name of the session to reattach it.

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